Themed production specialist, Tema Design by MK Illumination has changed its name to MK Themed Attractions.
The rebrand and new website reflect the Danish company’s agile response to the rapidly-evolving nature of themed attractions, as it expands into new markets with a range of new services.
MK Themed Attractions now offers an increased selection of A-Z services to deliver complete themed concept solutions. These include complete concept lighting and amusement ride lighting to create atmosphere and add excitement to attractions worldwide.
“We’re still the same company, offering the same complete theming services to the attraction industry,” explains René Hansen, Managing Director at MK Themed Attractions. “We now offer extra value-added services and we do it all under the brand new name of MK Themed Attractions.”
New services make attractions ‘even more exciting’
Projects that combine themed concepts with themed lighting include the magic forest experience at Liseberg and the illuminated Bell Rock Hotel in Europa-Park.
MK Themed Attractions’ new Amusement Ride Lighting services are fulfilled by its team in the Netherlands. The team’s many projects include the landmark Ferris wheel in front of the Swarovski headquarters in Wattens, Austria.
“We still have a strong focus on creating and delivering concept theming for the attractions industry,” adds Hansen.
“Our new services are designed to make attractions even more exciting by combining top-quality fibreglass products with enchanting lights that create magical atmospheres for our clients.”
MK Themed Attractions will be exhibiting at the Euro Attractions Show (EAS) in Amsterdam, Booths #5-122 and #3-802. The company’s Lars Nielson will be hosting a session: How to Use Your Collected Data Smartly on Tuesday 25 Sept, 2018 from 14.00-15.15 in Conference Room 1. The session features guest speakers and looks at how attractions can turn their big data into meaningful data.
To find out more about MK Themed Attractions projects and services at the show, make an appointment with Lars Nielson, here.